Search Results for author: Patrick Drouin

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TermEval 2020: Shared Task on Automatic Term Extraction Using the Annotated Corpora for Term Extraction Research (ACTER) Dataset

no code implementations LREC 2020 Ayla Rigouts Terryn, Veronique Hoste, Patrick Drouin, Els Lefever

The TermEval 2020 shared task provided a platform for researchers to work on automatic term extraction (ATE) with the same dataset: the Annotated Corpora for Term Extraction Research (ACTER).

Term Extraction

Automatic Term Extraction from Newspaper Corpora: Making the Most of Specificity and Common Features

no code implementations LREC 2020 Patrick Drouin, Jean-Beno{\^\i}t Morel, Marie-Claude L{'} Homme

The first step of any terminological work is to setup a reliable, specialized corpus composed of documents written by specialists and then to apply automatic term extraction (ATE) methods to this corpus in order to retrieve a first list of potential terms.

Term Extraction Word Embeddings

Analysing the Impact of Supervised Machine Learning on Automatic Term Extraction: HAMLET vs TermoStat

no code implementations RANLP 2019 Ayla Rigouts Terryn, Patrick Drouin, Veronique Hoste, Els Lefever

Traditional approaches to automatic term extraction do not rely on machine learning (ML) and select the top n ranked candidate terms or candidate terms above a certain predefined cut-off point, based on a limited number of linguistic and statistical clues.

Term Extraction

Evaluation of distributional semantic models: a holistic approach

no code implementations WS 2016 Gabriel Bernier-Colborne, Patrick Drouin

We investigate how both model-related factors and application-related factors affect the accuracy of distributional semantic models (DSMs) in the context of specialized lexicography, and how these factors interact.

\'Evaluation des mod\`eles s\'emantiques distributionnels : le cas de la d\'erivation syntaxique (Evaluation of distributional semantic models : The case of syntactic derivation )

no code implementations JEPTALNRECITAL 2016 Gabriel Bernier-Colborne, Patrick Drouin

Nous {\'e}valuons deux mod{\`e}les s{\'e}mantiques distributionnels au moyen d{'}un jeu de donn{\'e}es repr{\'e}sentant quatre types de relations lexicales et analysons l{'}influence des param{\`e}tres des deux mod{\`e}les.

La s\'eparation des composantes lexicale et flexionnelle des vecteurs de mots

no code implementations JEPTALNRECITAL 2015 Fran{\c{c}}ois Lareau, Gabriel Bernier-Colborne, Patrick Drouin

En s{\'e}mantique distributionnelle, le sens des mots est mod{\'e}lis{\'e} par des vecteurs qui repr{\'e}sentent leur distribution en corpus.

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